Année : 2011
Auteur(s) : SENYAZ A., SULUSOGLU M., YILMAZ E.
Référence : T. XXXII, n°4, 2011, pp. 465-470.
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Several initiatives and projects of international scope have enabled Turkey to undertake a study of the situation of forest villagers and to make certain recommendations for the improvement of their living conditions. Based on the precedent of case studies of the contribution of forests to sustainable development done elsewhere around the Mediterranean Rim, Turkey in 2005 carried out a study of seven forest villages in the Mersin region. The main problems related to the participatory management of the forests and woodlands in these villages were identified, with subsequent recommendations for improvements.